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Inverse containment field or gravity.


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If Dark matter accounts for the majority of space, can we theorize that matter within this space are in analogy, "like a gas bubble in

 

water". Contained fields of matter, held in place by dark matter. And that this containment is inverse, Thats to say that instead of the

 

force being from the core of the matter outward (Gravity), it is inverse, from the borders of it's interaction"s with the surrounding dark

 

matter, inward.

 

All planets and it's various materials, are but bubbles of elements and compounds and other forces like electromagnetic force, contained in the fabric of dark matter. Their particular inversion force, can be directly attributed to their particular material of the body,Thus the effect the dark matter has on the bubble, is also specific to the material contained within.

 

The solar systems are held in place by the solar systems containment field, inversely towards it's center.

 

Quantum particles would therefore operate under another containment field within the larger containment field.

 

So all that exist is a containment inverse field within a containment inverse field within a containment inverse field...... Within dark matter.

 

 

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If Dark matter accounts for the majority of space, can we theorize that matter within this space are in analogy, "like a gas bubble in

 

water".

 

No. The whole point about dark matter is that it behaves gravitationally exactly the same as normal matter.

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Then why doesn't it just enter matter and make stars and planets many times denser than they are then? What is stopping it?

 

Because it doesn't interact via the electromagnetic force and so there is nothing to make it "stick together" in the way normal matter does. As such it only forms loose structures on very large scales - as expected of something that only interacts gravitationally.

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